"Logic fills the world: the limits of the world are also its limits."
"Noli foras ire, in te redi in interiore homine habitat veritas."(Do not wish to go out; go back into yourself. Truth dwells in the inner man)
What wide reading you have! Augustine, again, shines through...
Dr. Yarnell,I wish I could say wide reading was equitable to good reading. As I read Husserl, I find comfort only in knowing that Husserl read Augustine. Often, however, Husserl and his contemporary Heidegger habitually enjoyed appropriating their sources -wrongly. Here is yet another example of the important (and often forgotten) axiom you passed on to me in class: "philosophia est ancilla theologiae."By the way, I was talking with some of the undergrads yesterday. Apparently, you made a guest appearance from your normal graduate level teaching to teach on the trinity. Albeit an unfortunate circumstance, your presence was well received and greatly appreciated -so I hear.
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